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July 2019

Winterthur Museum Presents: Costuming ‘The Crown’

July 1, 2019 @ 8:00 am - January 5, 2020 @ 5:00 pm
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Now - January 2020
Winterthur Museum, 5105 Kennett Pike
Winterthur, DE 19735 United States
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Costuming 'The Crown'

From the dazzling gold of Queen Elizabeth’s coronation robe to the simple sophistication of Princess Margaret’s wedding dress, from the majesty of royal crowns and tiaras to the comfort of clothes worn in private family moments, Costuming THE CROWN will feature 40 iconic costumes from the beloved Emmy® award-winning Netflix series, a dramatized history of the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. Website

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Historic Sugartown Presents Sugartown Weekend Tours 2019

July 1 @ 11:00 am - November 24 @ 4:00 pm
Historic Sugartown, 690 Sugartown Road
Malvern, PA 19355 United States
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Historic Sugartown Presents Sugartown Weekend Tours 2019

Every SATURDAY (11am - 4pm) & SUNDAY (1pm - 4pm),  Experience 19th-century community life in Chester County with a guided tour of Historic Sugartown’s c. 1880 General Store, School and Agricultural exhibits, and the c. 1805 William Garrett House. Explore the Book Bindery featuring the world-class collection of 19th-century bookbinding tools, and visit the Carriage Museum, which showcases a remarkable collection of early horse-drawn carriages and sleighs from the Chester County Historical Society. New this year! Staff from The Colonial…

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Town Tours and Village Walks: Marshallton Village

July 25
Marshallton United Methodist Church, 1282 W. Strasburg Road
West Chester, PA United States
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Visit our new Heritage Center and join our tour of this nearly untouched village, named for botanist, Humphry Marshall. Marshallton Village was an important stop on the Strasburg Road, a freight road from Lancaster to Philadelphia. Website

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August 2019

Town Tours and Village Walks: Doe Run Village

August 1
Doe Run Village

Reservations Required. Ride along with us to a Chester County village set in former King Ranch country that has been home to tomahawks, mills, foxhounds, cowboys and Kings! This quaint yet sprawling hamlet grew up around a stone grist mill that was established in the 1700's. Come discover our unique Doe Run history which is still beautifully etched into the picturesque landscapes of today. Arrive half hour before your scheduled tour for check-in. Website

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Brandywine Conservancy Presents Brandywine Battlefield Driving Tour

August 10 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Brandywine Conservancy, US Rt 1
Chadds Ford, PA United States
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Brandywine Conservancy Presents Brandywine Battlefield Driving Tour

Delve into the Battle of Brandyiwne, one of the largest Revolutionary war, as we explore this National Historic Landmark and learn about the Brandywine Conservancy's efforts to protect these historic grounds. The tour will meet at 9am at the Brandywine Conservancy building where you will board a small bus for the guided tour. Contact the Brandywine Conservancy for details. Website

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Town Tours Village Walks – Johnsontown in Downingtown

August 22 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
St. Anthony’s Lodge, 259 Church Street
Downingtown, PA United States

Created as a speculative development in the late 1800's, Johnsontown initially did not thrive.  The first residents were Irish, many of whom worked on the railroad.  Geographically, the area was hemmed in with only one major road going in and out.  After World War I, Italian immigrants dominated the area, creating an entire community unto itself, complete with churches, stores, butchers, and entertainment through the creation of St. Anthony's Lodge, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2019.  

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October 2019

Chester County Day – Historic House Tour 2019

October 5 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

The 2019 Day celebrates the traditional, distinctive architecture of Chester County with a strong emphasis on history. There is a beautifully restored 1723 home in Glen Mills, built by the Hoopes family who first settled in this area in 1697. The family lived in the original, much-smaller structure with their 17 children. Yes, 17!  Since then, the house has been renovated inside while keeping its history and distinctive architectural features intact. Also in Glen Mills, the Day will feature the…

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